MTT has a Supervisory Board ("Raad van Commissarissen") and an Advisory Board ("Adviesraad").

Supervisory Board

The Supervisory Board consists of the following member:

Warmolt Prins (Chairman)

Warmolt Prins is partner at Ernst & Young Accountants and is currently the EMEIA Assurance Market leader. Before this, Warmolt was the Chairman of the Eindhoven office of Ernst & Young.

Warmolt has significant experience of servicing large sized listed clients, principally involving multinational and multi-location groups and has a large experience and industry knowledge in the chemical-, automotive- and technology sectors.

Since 2012 Warmolt is appointed as a member of the curatorium at the Tilburg University.

Advisory Board

MTT is also actively supported by an Advisory Board in both internal matters as well as business aspects. The Advisory Board consist of members with extensive experience in the energy business, gas turbine industry and technology development.

The members are:

Ir. Hans Kerkhoven (Chairman)

Hans Kerkhoven served as Vice President Projects and member of the Management Team of Shell Global Solutions in The Hague with a global responsibility for managing all activities within Shell Global Solutions in relation to Project Management for Oil Products- as well as the Gas Business and Shell Chemicals. The Project portfolio included several large LNG Projects and refineries worldwide with a value of some 10 billion dollars.

Hans is currently active as member of the Supervisory Board of Aker Kvaerner in The Netherlands, Chairman of the TNO Program Advisory Board and involved in several Committees of the Ministry of Economic Affairs in the Netherlands.

Within MTT, Hans is the Chairman of the MTT Advisory Board and holds the portfolio business development.

Prof. Ir. Jos van Buijtenen (Member)

Jos Van Buijtenen graduated from the Delft University of Technology in 1976, as a mechanical engineer specialized in gas turbines. He was affiliated with Thomassen International for 7 years in which Jos was active in the design and development of a completely new gas turbine. In 1983 he joined Fokker as an aero gas turbine performance specialist. From 1985 untill 2000 he was Manager System Engineering at Stork Boilers respectively Technology Manager Energy with Stork Engineers & Contractors.

In 1990 Jos van Buijtenen was appointed part time Professor of Gas Turbine Engineering at the Delft University of Technology. Since 2001 he is involved in the establishment of a new company Tri-O-Gen bv, in which he holds the position of CEO.

Within the Advisory Board of MTT, Jos Van Buijtenen holds the portfolio gas turbine development.

Dr. Ir. Egbert-Jan Sol (Member)

Egbert-Jan Sol received his PhD Technical Sciences 1983 and his MSc Mechanical Engineering 1979 at the Eindhoven University of Technology. He was vice president technology at Ericsson (ETM) in Rijen, the Netherlands. Working for Ericsson in Sweden at Corporate Technology, he was member of the Ericsson Technology Board  for 2 years.

From 1990-1998 Egbert-Jan has been part-time professor at the TU Eindhoven in Technology Management. Since 2004, he is Director of Innovation responsible for the Nanotech, Instrumentation & Materials part of the HTSM innovation area at TNO.   Egbert-Jan became part time professor at the Radboud University Nijmegen on the field of research strategy in 2013.

Within the Advisory Board of MTT, Egbert-Jan Sol holds the portfolios technology management and distributed systems.

Ir. Hans Kattemölle (Member)

Hans Kattemölle received his MSc in Electrical Engineering (Electrical Energy Technology) in 1985 at the Eindhoven University of Technology. He held several positions at ABB from 1985 till 1997. Initially working as a technical specialist, hans left ABB as International Product Manager within the Business Unit Substation Automation and Protection.

From 1997 until 2003 he was Director of AMEC SPIE Beheer BV, an installation company in the industry- and energy market. Hans is the former CEO of Ingenieursbureau Wolter & Dros BV (TBI Techniek), one of the largest independent installation companies in the Netherlands, with 1.650 employees.

Within the Advisory Board of MTT, Hans Kattemölle holds the portfolio Energy Technology and installation aspects.